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    Default Re: Recent wins/losses raise questions

    Quote Originally Posted by vaisforlovers View Post
    Yeah, that's what my guys do too.
    A state placer from my high school hit that on the state champ one year. The only team that whole year the kid was put to his back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by buckvader View Post
    You got a video link for the standing version? I've seen some good coaching videos on the "jerimah johnson", but not from a standing position. Do they have a name for the standing version?
    145-Gattinella (Sals) vs. Lopez (Cape) | Cape vs Salesianum | Nside Wrestling | Nside Wrestling

    The kid in black hits it early in this match here but doesn't hold the kid on his back for points. I've seen him do it (not on video) and actually hold the kid for back points in other matches.
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    Default Re: Recent wins/losses raise questions

    i used to teach going from the whizzer to a front 1/4 then snapping the guy to his back . I was never a big fan of having my guys expose their backs .
    You know, I think I would rather be a man than a god . We don't need anyone to believe in us. We just keep going anyhow. It's what we do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chop View Post
    I will reserve judgement on DSJ until he wrestles at Big 10's. If I had to say today DSJ will be an AA. I really think he is holding back until he knows he can't hold back. What I mean by that is he wants to make the NCAA's but if he gets hurt before the Big 10's he doesn't have a shot at NCAA. I think he will be an AA but not a finalist which he was going to be before injury. Telford has 2 weeks to get things together otherwise we are in deep trouble. He isn't wrestling very well and hasn't since the Z match. We need more leg attacks from him like earlier this year.
    I'm curious who you think would have been a finalist at 157 over a healthy DSJ? As well a Welch is wrestling this year DSJ had his number and actually outscrambled him every time they faced each other.

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    Default Re: Recent wins/losses raise questions

    Quote Originally Posted by Gantry View Post
    I'm curious who you think would have been a finalist at 157 over a healthy DSJ? As well a Welch is wrestling this year DSJ had his number and actually outscrambled him every time they faced each other.
    He was saying that DSJ would have been a finalist if not for the injury.
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    Default Re: Recent wins/losses raise questions

    We've got a couple of weeks until Big 10's, and then a couple of more weeks after that until NCAA's.

    Don't be surprised if Chop talks himself into St. John making the final regardless of injury.
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    Default Re: Recent wins/losses raise questions

    Quote Originally Posted by JensenS View Post
    We've got a couple of weeks until Big 10's, and then a couple of more weeks after that until NCAA's.

    Don't be surprised if Chop talks himself into St. John making the final regardless of injury.
    Itll only take one hawkeye report poster saying he heard from someone in the room he was slaughtering Dylan Carew and Chop will be back on track.
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    Default Re: Recent wins/losses raise questions

    That is not Olivers tilt.

    Quote Originally Posted by JensenS View Post
    145-Gattinella (Sals) vs. Lopez (Cape) | Cape vs Salesianum | Nside Wrestling | Nside Wrestling

    The kid in black hits it early in this match here but doesn't hold the kid on his back for points. I've seen him do it (not on video) and actually hold the kid for back points in other matches.

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    Default Re: Recent wins/losses raise questions

    Quote Originally Posted by Daisy Cutter View Post
    That is not Olivers tilt.
    Its the standing version JensenS alluded to. Nobody said it was identical.
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